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Monday, 23 March 2015 09:47
by Gregorio Baggiani

EPOS Insights

Gazprom-European Commission relations have been in a state of ferment in recent months because of the investigation into Gazprom that began on 4 September 2012, with charges against it of abusing a dominant market position. This took place after the introduction of the so-called "Third Energy Package" by the European Commission. The package calls for an 'unbundling' between gas distributors and gas producers to allow access to energy transportation to other companies, the so-called 'third parties', and avoid problems regarding monopolies or abuse of dominant market positions and price-fixing collusions. In this exclusive article for EPOS Gregorio Baggiani investigates and focuses on the issue, depicting the scenario and analysing all the positions in the field

Tuesday, 17 March 2015 09:13

by Franz Gustincich (EPOS)

EPOS Notepad

Michael Davenport, Head of EU delegation in Serbia, talks about the delicate issue of the relations between Moscow and Belgrade in the perspective of Serbia's EU membership

From EPOS correspondent in Belgrade Franz Gustincich

Sunday, 15 March 2015 13:19

by Azad Isa (EPOS)

EPOS Notepad

Azad Isa is a young Syrian-Kurdish man from Rojava region. He is 20, and he escaped from Syria with his family when the Syrian Revolution began four years ago. He finished his high school in KRG, and he used to live in Domiz Camp before moving to Turkey, where he is living now. He is not studying at the moment - he is working to help his family - but he would like to go to the university to become a journalist. Azad Isa took part in EPOS MyFuture project in Domiz Camp, and he was one of the most enthusiastic and responsive students, full of energy and interests. In the following article, the first of his careear as EPOS correspondent from Turkey, he narrates the Syrian Revolution from the gound, and the perspective that comes out is that of a young Syrian man who was forced to run away and leave his homeland

Friday, 13 March 2015 23:11

Epos converses with Mr. Zainul-Abdeen and Mr. Ammash

EPOS Conversations

Mr. Ammar Wajih Zainul-Abdeen and Mr. Mohammed Shaker Ammash are both from Iraq. Mr. Zainul-Abdeen is a public policy analyst, and he used to live in Mosul before ISIS arrived. Mr. Ammash served as the Chief of Staff to the Iraqi presidency during al-Maliki government. In this exclusive interview for EPOS they talk about the latest news in Iraq, giving to EPOS readers a particular and unique perspective from the withinside. They depict the situation on the ground, discussing the takeover of Mosul by ISIS and its unknown background, the responsabilities and the involvement of the politics and of many other actors, the position of the International Community, the involvement of the West and the role of KRG

Tuesday, 10 March 2015 09:24

Epos converses with Seema Shekhawat

by Nicolamaria Coppola (EPOS)
EPOS Conversations

Seema Shekhawat is an Indian social scientist and expert in gender, conflict and peace; in this exclusive interview for EPOS she talks about the film India's Daughter, and the echo and the effects that its banning has had in India. India's Daughter is a "controversial" documentary-film directed by Leslee Udwin, based on the 2012 Delhi gang rape and murder of Jyoti Singh, a 23-year-old woman. Before the film was even released, it has been banned in India and has caused much upheaval. Why has Delhi banned and censored the documentary? What is India afraid of? Seema Shekhawat replies to these and other questions, and she analyses the issues of rape in India, arguing that both society and state together have to act to prevent sexual violence against women

Thursday, 08 January 2015 09:40
by Gregorio Baggiani

EPOS Insights

Since the outbreak of the severe crisis in Ukraine at the end of 2013, Romania and Bulgaria have played a role of great importance as far as the control of the Western Black Sea in NATO is concerned. Romania is afraid of the destabilization of Moldova, due to the possible incorporation of Transnistria, Moldova's separatist republic with a majority of Russian or Slavic population into the Russian sphere of influence. In the following article, Gregorio Baggiani analyses all the political involvements and interests of the South-East European countries in the Ukrainian crisis, focusing on the relations among Russia, Europe and NATO, and highlighting the qualitative difference of the strategies compared to the past, until the outbreak of the Ukrainian crisis

Tuesday, 18 November 2014 15:55
by Roxane (EPOS)

EPOS Insights

In the following article Roxane depicts the situation in Lalish, the holy place for the Yazidi community, where hundreds of Yazidis fled to escape from the jihadists of the Islamic State. Roxane is a French photographer, and she is working for EPOS as photoreporter in Kurdistan. She is travelling in the area: Erbil, Duhok, Sheikhan, Lalish are some of the cities from where she is reporting. EPOS Kurdish Chronicle – photodiary from KRG is the exclusive photodiary of EPOS which depicts the current situation in the region after the takeover of some cities by the jihadists of Daish. EPOS intends to tell what is happening through the eyes of the people, the sad smiles of the kids, the personal stories of who is running away from the violence of Daish. 

Thursday, 13 November 2014 12:01
by Idrees Mohammed

EPOS Insights

In the following exclusive article for EPOS, Idrees Mohammed discusses Turkey's attitude towards Kobane, the Syria's Kurdish town attacked by the jihadists of the Islamic State in the last weeks. He analyses the reasons why Turkey, although had refused to act in Kobane directly, has allowed Peshmarga passage to the town. He focuses on all the political relations between Turkish-Kurdish party and Iraqi and Syrian Kurdish parties, and the relations between Turkey and its neighboring countries and between Ankara and the West. Idrees Mohammed is an expert in International Relations and Kurdish affairs. His MA thesis was on Turkey's policy towards Kurdistan Region. He is now focusing on Turkey's policy towards Kurds, including Syria's Kurdish. He teaches International Relations in University of Duhok’s department of Political Science

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